Well it hasn’t exactly started as the brightest and warmest St George’s Day but we do hope that whatever you are doing on this special day that you have a great time.
If you are looking for something to do this St George’s Day, whatever the weather may hold, we have put together a list of top tourist attractions across England. There are lots of things for couples, families or groups to do from historic houses and castles to theme parks and zoos. Take a look at some English holiday attractions
We think St George’s Day is the best time to think about the very best of England and so we have put together a list of selected self catering cottages, apartments and holiday flats across England – from the Northumberland Coast and Yorkshire Moors to the Cotswolds and West Country. You can even find plenty with open fires or wood burning stoves so that you can be snug and warm even if the dire May weather forecasts prove to be right! See a great selection of St Georges Day English self catering cottages and apartments
If you can’t get away for a last-minute break this St George’s Day then why not use the time to plan a May Bank holiday get-away, remember we have an extra long break this year with Diamond Jubilee weekend providing an extended break.